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Activision Confirms That Call of Duty: WWII Is Not Coming To Nintendo Switch

If you were hoping to play Call of Duty: WWII on Nintendo Switch, you may be disappointed to hear that Activision has confirmed that the upcoming shooter is not being developed for Nintendo’s latest console. The publisher has yet share a reason for this decision, but stay tuned for any updates. The following quote comes from an Activision representative during E3 2017 earlier this week:

“Call of Duty: WWII will not be coming to the Nintendo Switch.”


34 thoughts on “Activision Confirms That Call of Duty: WWII Is Not Coming To Nintendo Switch”

      1. You wont fight your rights here….On this site comment section is basicaly from blind Nintendo fanboys who dont care for third party support. you can see comments like “who cares” or “pokemon will come and switch will be fine” Comments like these people are Members from Nintendo company and talking about sales while they are gamers and they should be angry for once again a Nintendo console is getting skipped by all the big third party games. and then Nintendo is forcing you to buy second console for that support

    1. I care , for me this is another reason to never buy the switch just like I did with the WII U. Been supporting Nintendo since day one but I like to play games. Not just Nintendo games and my little pony third party.

  1. A year from now though, they might regret the decision when we finally know what Metroid Prime 4 looks like and no longer give a shit about any other shooter

      1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4 & Nintendo Switch!}

        Unless GameFreak screws up & also makes a 3DS version.

    1. Nintendo First Order Commander Quadraxis

      ||2 factors, many third class factions waited to see if the launch window was succesful or not, and two, many of these weapons started production before they got development kits…||

      1. They do not want to port a game to architecture that isnt powerful enough to run it IF theres absolutely no guarantee that it will be a commercial succes (low playerbase of a console) because, it would take alot of extra work to make the game playable. If the switch specs were up to par and it would take little to no work porting the game, Activision would do it.

  2. Could give less of a fuck. No Nintendo portable has ever needed AAA third party support from western devs. After today what everyone with a brain has been saying since the beginning was officially confirmed: Switch is a unified hybrid that will have all of Nintendo’s support and that of their closest third party partners (handheld devs). It’ll be fine.

    1. Nintendo First Order Commander Quadraxis

      ||Both of us got what we wanted times two, everything else is now irrelevant or a bonus…||

    2. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4 & Nintendo Switch!}

      I’m not so sure about that. 3DS did have a lot of 3rd party support, after all. It’s not like it did well solely on the strength of Nintendo’s IPs.

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